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  1. The fastest SSDs all leverage the PCIe 4.0 bus, but not all are created equal—in terms of rated specifications, it largely boils down to when they were released. Timing matters, because the first crop of PCIe 4.0 SSDs topped out at around 5,000MB/s. Then came a new round of memory controller hardware, which pushes speeds north of 7,000MB/s. Corsair's new MP600 Pro XT falls into the latter category, while also boasting incredibly high IOPS. This is Corsair's fastest SSD to date. It's available in 4TB, 2TB, and 1TB capacities, and while specifications vary between the smallest and two biggest drives, all three are rated to deliver up to 7,100MB/s of sequential read performance. Here's a snapshot of the relevant speed metrics: 4TB—7,100MB/s seq. reads; 5,800MB/s seq. writes; 1.2 million random read IOPs; 900K random write IOPS 2TB—7,100MB/s seq. reads; 6,800MB/s seq. writes; 1.2 million random read IOPs; 1 million random write IOPS 1TB—7,100MB/s seq. reads; 5,800MB/s seq. writes; 1.2 million random read IOPs; 900K random write IOPS The rated IOPS is where the MP600 Pro XT separates itself from the competition. Take for example Sabrent's Rocket 4 Plus, one of the best SSDs for gaming. It offers up similar sequential read (7,100MB/s) and write (6,600MB/s) specs, but the random read and write IOPS check in at 650,000 and 700,000, respectively. WD's SN850, another speedy SSD, hits 1 million IOPs for reads, but ranges between 680,000 and 720,000 IOPS (depending on capacity) for writes. This won't always come into play—IOPS can affect performance when accessing a bunch of files that are scattered across the NAND flash memory chips. In terms of real-world usage, most users won't actually notice much of a difference, though it still speaks to the quality and capabilities of the NAND, controller, and firmware. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... Please close pop-out player to resume playback. video playingThe PC Gamer Show 132: Battlefield 5, Black Ops 4, Fortnite's jetpack, and listener Q&A Persona 5 Strikers | PC Gamer Review 11/02/21Persona 5 Strikers | PC Gamer Review This week in PC gaming: Halo 4 hits PC, AMD... 15/11/20This week in PC gaming: Halo 4 hits PC, AMD Radeon RX 6800 + 6800 XT release The PC Gamer Show 199: 9 years of Terraria, GTA 5... 22/05/20The PC Gamer Show 199: 9 years of Terraria, GTA 5 mods for new players The PC Gamer Show 198: Halo 2 hits PC, 5... 14/05/20The PC Gamer Show 198: Halo 2 hits PC, 5 essential Stardew Valley mods The PC Gamer Show 180: Red Dead 2 on PC,... 07/11/19The PC Gamer Show 180: Red Dead 2 on PC, Diablo 4, Overwatch 2 PEAK STORAGE SATA, NVMe M.2, and PCIe SSDs on blue background (Image credit: Future) Best SSD for gaming: the best solid state drives around Best PCIe 4.0 SSD for gaming: the next gen has landed The best NVMe SSD: this slivers of SSD goodness Best external hard drives: expand your horizons Best external SSDs: plug in upgrades for gaming laptops and consoles In this case, Corsair pairs Micron's 176-layer 3D triple-level cell (TLC) NAND memory chips with the Phison's PS5018-E18 controller. It's the same controller as found on Corsair's MP600 Pro (non-XT) released earlier this year (and most of the fastest SSDs on the market), but the NAND is an upgrade over the 96-layer chips the non-XT models use. In those terms it's actually identical to the Seagate FireCuda 530 we recently reviewed, which uses the same NAND and controller, though is tweaked to deliver ever-so-slightly higher sequential performance in 2TB trim. The difference there is likely to come down to firmware. We're putting the Corsair MP600 Pro XT through it's paces right now, just to see how it compares with Seagate's finest. Corsair MP600 Pro XT SSD on a black mouse mat (Image credit: Future) Corsair also outfits its MP600 Pro XT with a "uniquely styled aluminum heatspreader" to keep toasty temps at bay. It's chonky for sure, though is actually rather cute in the flesh. Additionally, Corsair says its new drives are compatible with its Hydro X Series XM2 water block, if you want to incorporate one into your liquid cooling loop. The new drives are available now on Corsair's webstore, priced at $990 for the 4TB model, $400 for the 2TB drive, and $200 for the 1TB model. Not cheap, though generally in line with other SSDs in the same speed class. Paul Lilly Paul Lilly Paul has been playing PC games and raking his knuckles on computer hardware since the Commodore 64. He does not have any tattoos, but thinks it would be cool to get one that reads LOAD"*",8,1. In his off time, he rides motorcycles and wrestles alligators (only one of those is true).
  2. If you had been watching the June 24 event where Windows 11 was announced, you would have heard about the system requirements for the upgrade, especially TPM 2.0. This is a small chip found on the motherboard of your PC, which encrypts crucial data, so if the machine is stolen, the data on your hard drive is safe - as long as TPM is enabled. From the perspective of security, it made sense for Microsoft to make it a requirement, but the messaging was handled in a way that confused power users and casual users alike. Many people hadn’t even considered that their PC would have TPM, and there were even suggestions that Windows 11 would have its system requirements changed amongst all the confusion. However, it looks as though Microsoft has finally acknowledged this through a tweet and a guide as we get closer to the October 5 launch. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... Please close pop-out player to resume playback. video playingXiaomi Mi 11 | Everything you need to know Galaxy S21 | Everything you need to know 26/01/21Galaxy S21 | Everything you need to know Galaxy S21 Ultra | Everything you need to... 26/01/21Galaxy S21 Ultra | Everything you need to know IPhone 12 Pro | Everything you need to... 24/12/20IPhone 12 Pro | Everything you need to know in 1 minute AirPods Max | Everything you need to know in 1... 24/12/20AirPods Max | Everything you need to know in 1 minute PS5 | Everything you need to know in 1 minute 14/12/20PS5 | Everything you need to know in 1 minute Find out where to buy Windows 10 How to download Windows 11 right now Soothing sounds are coming to themes in Windows 11 A messaging mess I had written in July that Windows 11 may repeat the same mistakes of Windows 8 and Windows Vista when it comes to communication. Microsoft kept saying it wouldn't compromise with Windows 8 when it came to the unpo[CENSORED]r decision to remove the Start menu, but user reaction reversed that policy in the end, which in-turn damaged the operating system's reputation for a long while. The TPM controversy could be a repeat of this. Luckily, after much discussion and confusion, and manufacturers such as Asus updating motherboards to support Windows 11, Microsoft is finally responding to the concerns. See more While the tweet leads you to a support post, the first paragraph showcases what should have been communicated the day after Windows 11 was announced. “This article is intended for users who are not able to upgrade to Windows 11 because their PC is not currently enabled with TPM 2.0 or their PC is capable of running TPM 2.0 but is not set up to do so. If you are unfamiliar with this level of technical detail, we recommend that you consult your PC manufacturer’s support information for more instructions specific to your device.” Trying not to repeat the mistakes of Windows 8 The wording of the tweet and that first paragraph of the support post leads you to believe that Microsoft doesn't want confusing messaging as we approach the October 5 release date for Windows 11. However, with Asus updating motherboards to support the upgrade, it could encourage other manufacturers to follow suit and allow other products to upgrade to Windows 11 without the TPM requirement. Windows 11: the WhyNotWin11 app (Image credit: Future) After the success of Windows 10, which made the Start menu front and center again, Microsoft won’t want the TPM confusion putting people off from upgrading to Windows 11. Here are our picks of the best laptops in 2021 Daryl Baxter Daryl Baxter Daryl had been freelancing for 3 years before joining TechRadar, now reporting on everything software-related. In his spare time, he's written a book, 'The Making of Tomb Raider', alongside podcasting and usually found playing games old and new on his PC and iPad. If you have a story about a newly-updated app or one that's about to launch, drop him a line.
  3. Halo Infinite's next technical test is two weeks away—and to make sure it can properly test massive PVP matches, 343 Industries is inviting all Insiders along for the ride. With Infinite's last test focussing squarely on bot Slayer matches, Infinite's next flight will be our first proper look at PVP. There'll be a variety of gametypes to test in 4v4 arenas (featuring a new map) and, more excitingly, our first taste of 12v12 Big Team Battles in Halo Infinite. See more To that end, community director Brian Jarrard notes that 343 need as many players as possible hitting Infinite, and will be inviting every registered Halo Insider as of September 13 into the test. "We need everyone's help, let's see how hard we can push our services and infrastructure so things will fall down during the preview instead of in December," Jarrard tweeted. "We urgently need as many Insiders signed up and ready to go by Sept. 13 since it takes a fair amount of time to work through all the other steps on our side." RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... Please close pop-out player to resume playback. video playingRomeo & Juliet test the Blue Yeti X World of Warcraft Mic | PC Gamer Theatre The PC Gamer Show 198: Halo 2 hits PC, 5... 14/05/20The PC Gamer Show 198: Halo 2 hits PC, 5 essential Stardew Valley mods Inside 343 Industries' Halo Museum 09/03/20Inside 343 Industries' Halo Museum The PC Gamer Show 190: Baldur's Gate 3, Halo: CE... 05/03/20The PC Gamer Show 190: Baldur's Gate 3, Halo: CE on PC, the best of PAX East The PC Gamer Show 165: The big E3 recap show,... 20/06/19The PC Gamer Show 165: The big E3 recap show, featuring Cyberpunk 2077 The PC Gamer Show 156: Halo on Steam, The... 13/03/19The PC Gamer Show 156: Halo on Steam, The Division 2 is good, and listener Q&A Wes and I quite enjoyed our time with the last technical test, and it's convinced me that Halo Infinite could very well be something special. The caveat was that Halo for me has always been best enjoyed as a chaotic sandbox that tosses vehicles, weapons, equipment and wonky physics together. Bot Slayer might have been fun, but I won't know how I truly feel about Infinite until I've got a few rounds of Big Team Battle under my belt. 343 has also shown it's very willing to take feedback from these tests to heart. Halo Infinite's radar has already been reverted back to its old self, shield effects are getting a clarification pass, and the Needler's audio will be retuned to sound more 'crystallised'. We'll be sure to post our thoughts on Halo Infinite's next test, and who knows, maybe I can get the Banshee some cheeky buffs before Halo Infinite launches on December 8. Natalie Clayton Natalie Clayton 20 years ago, Nat played Jet Set Radio Future for the first time—and she's not stopped thinking about games since. Joining PC Gamer in 2020, she comes from three years of freelance reporting at Rock Paper Shotgun, Waypoint, VG247 and more. Embedded in the European indie scene and having herself developed critically acclaimed small games like Can Androids Pray, Nat is always looking for a new curiosity to scream about—whether it's the next best indie darling, or simply someone modding a Scotmid into Black Mesa. She's also played for a competitive Splatoon team, and unofficially appears in Apex Legends under the pseudonym Horizon.
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  6. Mozilla has released the latest version of its po[CENSORED]r Firefox web browser with several important security and feature updates. Mozilla continues to chisel away and improve the open source browser’s handling of non-secure HTTP connections by upgrading them to secure HTTPS connections. After introducing a HTTPS by default policy in Private browsing in Firefox 91, the latest release adds “automatic switching to HTTPS browsing mode by using the HTTPS RR browser as Alt-Svc headers.” Check our collection of the best web browsers available today Here’s our list of the best VPN services These are the best business broadband plans currently on offer The feature is touted as a means to auto-update HTTP connection to HTTPS, whenever possible. However, the company hasn’t shared any details on how the arrangement would affect the end-user, especially when compared to the current arrangement. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... video playingXiaomi Mi 11 | Everything you need to know Galaxy... 26/01/21Galaxy S21 | Everything you need to know Galaxy... 26/01/21Galaxy S21 Ultra | Everything you need to know IPhone... 24/12/20IPhone 12 Pro | Everything you need to know in 1 minute AirPods... 24/12/20AirPods Max | Everything you need to know in 1 minute PS5... 14/12/20PS5 | Everything you need to know in 1 minute Mozilla is yet to reply to TechRadar Pro’s email seeking an explanation about this much-touted feature. Other upgrades One of the other marquee features in Firefox 92 is the official support for the AVIF image format. Based on the royalty-free AV1 video codec, AVIF offers significant bandwidth savings compared to the other image formats prevailing on the web, without compromising on features. The release also improves certain existing features. For starters, the certificate error pages have been redesigned to give a better user experience. For macOS users, the bookmark toolbar menus will nicely follow Firefox’s visual styles. For Android users, the headline feature in Firefox 92 is support for the Web Authentication API, or WebAuthn, which will enable the use of bluetooth or USB security keys to log into websites. Firefox releases for iOS don’t just use a different browser engine (WebKit instead of Gecko), but also follow a different version numbering. In this release cycle, iOS users move on to Firefox 37, which now offers the ability to manually add new accounts to the browser’s inbuilt password manager. In terms of security, Firefox 37 for iOS touts improvements to the enhanced tracking protection (ETP) feature, which is more verbose about the security mechanisms of the visited websites. Here’s our list of the best privacy tools for anonymous browsing Mayank Sharma Mayank Sharma With almost two decades f writing and reporting on Linux, Mayank Sharma would like everyone to think he’s TechRadar Pro’s expert on the topic. Of course, he’s just as interested in other computing topics, particularly cybersecurity, cloud, containers, and coding.
  7. The 'world's thinnest vapor chamber' for chip cooling sure looks like it's made out of Lego. At just 200 microns thick, the new chiller is the result of a partnership between Cooler Master and Japanese manufacturer, Murata. Touted as a cooler for mobile products, such as smart phones, and VR headsets, the vapor chamber has also been speculated as being a great fit for future ultra-thin laptops and games consoles. And, if you're talking about both of those things, it's hard not to think about the kind of device category Valve's Steam Deck is hoping to generate. The Deck is a chonky boi in its current guise, but if this sort of vapor chamber was actually able to deliver high-end passive cooling for future efficient AMD APUs, then we may see the handheld gaming PCs of the future being thinner than the Nintendo Switch. That's a big 'if' right now, as neither Murata or Cooler Master have made any specific claims about the level of cooling the skinny Lego chip chiller can offer. Realistically this is more likely to be used in products that already benefit from passive cooling, such as smartphones, and those using low-power processors, such as the Oculus Quest 2. Those are devices which don't generate a lot of heat right now, and with internal hardware that absolutely has to be thin and light. According to our Wes, and his time with the Deck, that's not something that can necessarily be said of the beefy tech in Valve's new handheld PC. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... Please close pop-out player to resume playback. video playingSteam Deck Hands-On Discussion | PC Gamer Steam Deck Hands-On Preview | PC Gamer 06/08/21Steam Deck Hands-On Preview | PC Gamer Steam Deck ... Can Valve deliver the perfect... 16/07/21Steam Deck ... Can Valve deliver the perfect handheld gaming PC? | Hardware Discussion World of Warcraft: Shadowlands | PC Gamer... 07/12/20World of Warcraft: Shadowlands | PC Gamer Review Romeo & Juliet test the Blue Yeti X World of... 21/10/20Romeo & Juliet test the Blue Yeti X World of Warcraft Mic | PC Gamer Theatre Exploring the world of Horizon Zero Dawn | PC... 15/09/20Exploring the world of Horizon Zero Dawn | PC Gamer Supported Content But a guy can dream, can't he? At 200 microns, or 0.2 mm, the vapor chamber is essentially a Lego-like structure of bumps separating two sheets of metal foil. Inside the space created by those bumps is the cooling liquid, which absorbs heat, evaporates and then disperses around the space, shifting the heat around before turning back into liquid and being channelled back towards the heat source. The world's thinnest vapor chamber cooler mounted inside a phone (Image credit: Murata, Cooler Master) CUT THE CORD... (Image credit: Steelseries) Best wireless gaming mouse: ideal cable-free rodents Best wireless gaming keyboard: no wires, no worries Best wireless gaming headset: top untethered audio The main problem with vapor chambers in passively cooled devices is the heat still has to go somewhere, and is often transferred into the air via a given product's case. And that's often not a particularly efficient process… meaning you'd still be better off having some fans in there venting the hot air. And then you're not passive, though you may still be pretty damned thin. The final chamber is going to be a Cooler Master branded product, so there may still be a chance that it could appear in ultra-portable laptops and maybe even handheld PCs of the future. But it's more likely to be high-performance smartphones, at least in the short term. Dave James Dave James Dave has been gaming since the days of Zaxxon and Lady Bug on the Colecovision, and code books for the Commodore Vic 20 (Death Race 2000!). He built his first gaming PC at the tender age of 16, and finally finished bug-fixing the Cyrix-based system around a year later. When he dropped it out of the window. He first started writing for Official PlayStation Magazine and Xbox World many decades ago, then moved onto PC Format full-time, then PC Gamer, TechRadar, and T3 among others. Now he's back, writing about the nightmarish graphics card market, CPUs with more cores than sense, gaming laptops hotter than the sun, and SSDs more capacious than a Cybertruck.
  8. This week's free games on the Epic Games Store are the disaster management game Sheltered, and Team Ninja's excellent slice-em-up Nioh: Complete Edition. Both are free for a week, as usual, and are accompanied by a bunch of other smaller discounts on the store. We didn't review Sheltered when it released, but other reviewers indicate it's very much what we in the business might call a solid 7. The game's about managing a shelter after the apocalypse and keeping everyone alive, so if the concept appeals then it might be worth a punt (or there's always Fallout...). Nioh: Complete Edition is the PC release of Nioh, a game which marked a new direction for Team Ninja after the Ninja Gaiden series. Adopting a more Soulslike approach to worldbuilding and combat pacing, the game successfully marries a hugely deep and precise combat system to, basically, a massive bunch of colourful monsters that need a good slicing. Lauren reviewed it for us at that time and found some issues with the port, awarding it a still-respectable 78%, though it's worth acknowledging that the developers subsequently fixed many of the issues it had at launch. Anyway: Can't argue with free. The big question with all of these, of course, is how many do you actually end up playing? The answer to that aside, Nioh should be one of them: if you like a bit of hot swordplay, this delivers and then some. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... Please close pop-out player to resume playback. video playingThis week in PC gaming: Nioh 2 finally hits PC, a new squirrel surveillance sim arrives Epic Game Store | PC Gaming Show 2020 13/06/20Epic Game Store | PC Gaming Show 2020 Mass Effect Legendary Edition touches down ...... 09/05/21Mass Effect Legendary Edition touches down ... This Week in PC Gaming This week in PC gaming: Little Nightmares 2... 08/02/21This week in PC gaming: Little Nightmares 2 releases, Final Fantasy 12 on Game Pass This week in PC gaming: 3 more Yakuza games, The... 24/01/21This week in PC gaming: 3 more Yakuza games, The Medium releases This week in PC gaming: CES 2021, new indie... 10/01/21This week in PC gaming: CES 2021, new indie games kick off the year Rich Stanton Rich Stanton Rich is a games journalist with 15 years' experience, beginning his career on Edge magazine before working for a wide range of outlets, including Ars Technica, Eurogamer, GamesRadar+, Gamespot, the Guardian, IGN, the New Statesman, Polygon, and Vice. He was the editor of Kotaku UK, the UK arm of Kotaku, for three years before joining PC Gamer. He is the author of a Brief History of Video Games, a full history of the medium, which the Midwest Book Review described as "[a] must-read for serious minded game historians and curious video game connoisseurs alike."
  9. Google Chrome users will see a new update available in the form of version 93, bringing more refinements to tab groups while dropping support for Ubuntu 16.04. While there’s smaller features coming to Chrome in this update, there’s welcome changes that make it even easier to manage tabs, alongside a new context menu on iOS. However, with browsers such as Opera appearing on Google’s own Chrome OS operating system for Chromebooks, ready for students to use, it’s time for Google to see whether Chrome’s reputation for being a battery hog can finally be vanquished. Clock is redesigned in Windows 11 with new focus features Find out where to buy Windows 10 Dark mode is coming to Paint in Windows 11 What’s new in Google Chrome 93? A few features are hidden behind flags in this release, but they can be enabled by entering them into the address bar. When opening a new tab page, a new section will show off previous files you’ve accessed through Google Drive, making it easier to open these without going to your Drive. This can be enabled by entering: chrome://flags/#ntp-modules chrome://flags/#ntp-drive-module Another new feature allows you to open single web pages from previously closed tab groups, instead of restoring the whole group. This is one flag that can enable this if you’re a big user of tab groups: chrome://flags/#tab-restore-sub-menus Other than a new context menu in Chrome for iOS, version 93 is a relatively minor update, but it does raise the topic again of whether it's time to tackle Chrome’s heavy usage on memory and battery. Analysis: the elephant-sized battery in the room If you’re a regular user of Google Chrome, either on desktop or mobile, its reputation for draining battery life and eating up memory is second to none. Having been using the browser on a MacBook Air, there’s moments where you can count down the battery percentage while there’s more than six tabs open. Google has certainly made strides to please its users in recent years, with Android showcasing new features and a new look to better appease those who thought that the operating system was showing its age. While Chrome has seen new features and a refresh in its user interface, perhaps it’s time for Google to look at just why the browser depends on memory and battery so much more than its competitors do, rather than showcasing features hidden behind flags. Here are our picks of the best laptops in 2021 Daryl Baxter Daryl had been freelancing for 3 years before joining TechRadar, now reporting on everything software-related. In his spare time, he's written a book, 'The Making of Tomb Raider', alongside podcasting and usually found playing games old and new on his PC and iPad. If you have a story about a newly-updated app or one that's about to launch, drop him a line.
  10. Computer scientists from TU Dresden have shown it's possible to produce a Meltdown-like vulnerability in AMD's processors. In case you don't remember, AMD's chips were famously unaffected by the original Meltdown CPU exploits, while Intel's were, so this is maybe surprising news. The new exploit was demonstrated on a Ryzen 7 2700X CPU as well as with Epyc 7262 and Threadripper 2990WX silicon. Don't worry though, AMD has developed a technique to mitigate the problem and has recommendations as to how software vendors can analyse their code for such vulnerabilities. AMD also stated how newer, and future processors support additional security features to protect against such exploits. AMD was given time to get a solution in place, because the researchers, Saidgani Musaev and Christof Fetzer, originally shared the vulnerability with AMD back in October 2020 but have only just reported their findings. Thus giving AMD plenty of time to mitigate the problem. AMD referenced the vulnerability in a security bulletin, AMD-SB-1010. The original research paper, "Transient Execution of Non-Canonical Accesses", showed that Zen+ and Zen 2 processors were vulnerable to specific code sequences that may lead to data leakage. It has since been shown to affect all of AMD's CPUs. This is a different method to that used by Meltdown, which relied on fetching data from the L1 data cache, but the outcome is "very similar to Meltdown-type behaviour." YOUR NEXT UPGRADE (Image credit: Future) Best CPU for gaming: the top chips from Intel and AMD Best graphics card: your perfect pixel-pusher awaits Best SSD for gaming: get into the game ahead of the rest The paper does highlight that AMD's design decisions limit the exploitability of these flaws, especially when compared to Intel's CPUs, but that, "it may be possible to use them to amplify other microarchitectural attacks." So not all good news then. Since Spectre and Meltdown appeared on the scene, both Intel and AMD have been keen to beef up the security of their processors. And it looks like such exploits aren't about to disappear any time soon. Alan Dexter Alan has been writing about PC tech since before 3D graphics cards existed, and still vividly recalls having to fight with MS-DOS just to get games to load. He fondly remembers the killer combo of a Matrox Millenium and 3dfx Voodoo, and seeing Lara Croft in 3D for the first time. He's very glad hardware has advanced as much as it has though, and is particularly happy when putting the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs, AMD processors, and laptops through their paces. He has a long-lasting Magic: The Gathering obsession but limits this to MTG Arena these days.
  11. A week after Destiny 2 received crossplay, you can now voice chat with friends on all supported platforms. Yup, including Stadia. Destiny 2's 3.3.0.1 update officially enabled voice chat on Friday, though some functionality is still hit-or-miss for Xbox players, so let your console friends know. The biggest issue appears to be that Xbox players will still hear anyone even if their chat settings are set to just friends, and muting a player in Fireteam chat won't fix it. Funnily enough, Bungie accidentally enabled crossplay on Destiny 2 back in May, a technical fluke that nonetheless got PC players excited to be able to chat with console players. Bungie noted at the time that it was a mistake and wasn't fully functional, but was cool with people partaking for about a week before it was deactivated. Bungie has a helpful crossplay guide if you want to take on Riven or Atheon with console friends. As you'd hope, competitive mode matchmaking will separate console and PC to keep things fair, while non-competitive modes will matchmake across platforms. If you turn off crossplay, you'll matchmake only with other players on the same platform who also have crossplay disabled. Clans can also be cross-platform now. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... Please close pop-out player to resume playback. video playingWatch the PC Gamer Destiny 2 clan in action The PC Gamer Show: Destiny 2: Forsaken,... 13/09/18The PC Gamer Show: Destiny 2: Forsaken, Tomb Raider, Monster Hunter, the best of PAX West The PC Gamer Show 131: Destiny 2: Warmind,... 10/05/18The PC Gamer Show 131: Destiny 2: Warmind, Thanos in Fortnite, Two Point Hospital, and listener Q&A The PC Gamer Show 113: Destiny 2: Curse of... 07/12/17The PC Gamer Show 113: Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris, Overwatch League preseason, and listener Q&A The PC Gamer Show 112: Destiny 2's XP confusion,... 30/11/17The PC Gamer Show 112: Destiny 2's XP confusion, the best game music of 2017, and listener Q&A The PC Gamer Show - Battlefront 2's loot box... 17/11/17The PC Gamer Show - Battlefront 2's loot box problem, Destiny 2 expansion details, and listener Q&A Don't forget to check out everything we know about Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, which will take us to Savathun's homeworld early next year. Thanks, IGN.
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